Randy in OH
This was the first time attempting this... My advice to anyone out there is to go buy a air stapler from hardware store. We bought an Arrow brand at Lowes for $40. Hand stapling is a pain. I stretched the seat as far as I felt comfortable and still wound up with a small bump towards the front. If I had it to do over again I'd probably heat the cover with a heat gun up before installing. I'll have to see if the bump wears in or not...Read All Reviews
Michael in TX
I bought these after I had two leaky seals from grit getting under the dust seals in some dry riding conditions. They seem to work well. I've had them on for a couple of months. They are were tight to get onto my forks, but with a little patience they went on ok. Be sure that you have enough clearance between the fork outer tube lip and the fork guard throughout the fork travel. My fork guards are a pretty tight fit and they wore a hole through my left side seal guard. I ordered another set of guards and will try to use a heat gun and coax the guard out a little for more clearance.Read All Reviews
Scott in CA
Good sized pack with heavy duty zippers. If you want it to actually stay on your fender, follow the directions and drill some holes in your fender and zip tie it there. Otherwise it may slowly work its way off. I've been through some pretty rough terrain with this pack and haven't had any issues. It does make the front fender bounce around a bit more than usual.Read All Reviews
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